Every Wi-Fi router comes with the default username and password that you can use for full administrative control on the router. Most of the router has a web-based interface that can be accessed by IP address (192.168.1.1) for full control and management router settings. If the user is connected to Wi-Fi router, he can access your router admin panel. If he knows your Wi-Fi IP address and username password of the admin panel. He can do anything with your router setting that he wants.
So changing default admin router username and password is safe and secure from unauthorized access by the third party. If you are a newbie don’t know anything about Wi-Fi router. You can check our previous shared article how to access (192.168.1.1) IP address.
Step-1: Find Your Router IP Address
- Open command prompt window and type ipconfig in the command window.
- The router’s IP address will display to the right of the “Default Gateway”.
Step-2: Access IP Address
- Now type IP address in the address bar and hit enter.
- Now enter your router admin panel username and password to log in.
Step-3: Find Access Control Option
- Now find access control option in router management settings.
- In the passwords field type your old password and change to a new one.
- When you will Apply new settings, the router will take 30 seconds to make a change.
Now type IP address and enter the new admin username and password for full control of the router.
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